Reminds me of a poor-man's Partition Magic. Is it any good?
Doesn't seem to support resize/move of partitions though, does it? So it does pretty much what most standard partition managers do (create, hide/unhide, delete etc.) Anyway, I will be adding it to 5.0B5 if there are no objections. It does not run under VMWare though. Complains that BIOS INT13 extensions not available. But it does work under VPC and on my notebook.
We should really have a sticky to allow people to nominate and/or suggest programs they'd like to see included in the final release; keep it all consolidated in one post and such (more manageable that way).
I feel it's better if ppl create a new topic if they want a program added, then we can all chime in on that particular program and decide whether it's worth adding or not. Having it all under one post is too messy for that kind of discussion!
Anyway, we really should release UBCD V5.0 soon, so I am hoping to keep new additions to a minimum. Can't keep it in beta forever you know.
Latest DFSee complete ZIP archive using '9xx' filename or '910' filename (6 Mb ZIP, all 5 platforms)
This is the complete standard package that includes all binary versions for OS2/eCS, DOS, Windows-NT/2000/XP, Linux and Mac plus some very useful scripts and the ASCII documentation and examples in DFS*.TXT and *.PDF
Note that after a short evaluation period you are required to register and pay for the program. Unregistered versions remind you of this at startup and termination of the program and it is not possible to use batch-mode for unattended operation. Otherwise the program is fully functional.
Although it is fully functional without registration, the author has made it quite clear that it is payware, so you can't continue to use it in good faith if you don't pay for it. So don't see how we can include it in UBCD.